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temporal resolution

In radiology, the ability to distinguish two images that are separated by small increments of time.
See also: resolution
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In this study, the temporal resolution abilities assessed with respect to the AC paradigm revealed that an average of 29.71 msec (sd: 13.8 msec) silence duration was detected by the listeners.
An example of the damage that can occur from low temporal resolution is the horrific flooding in Houston during Hurricane Harvey.
Multisource CT can be used to improve the temporal resolution. In 1979, the first multiple-source CT system for dynamic objects was designed at the Mayo Clinic [9], consisting of a large number of X-ray sources and fluorescent screens.
In this work, we encounter limits of used CCD sensor, namely, the temporal resolution of spectroscopic measurements.
However, whether and how HF SNHL affects low-frequency speech perception and temporal resolution remains largely unknown.
This test evaluates the temporal resolution ability by presenting several pairs of stimuli in binaural condition of a gap, inserted in a pure tone or click, in the frequencies of 500 to 4kHz, with interval of silence between each pair of pure tones--the intervals ranging from 0 to 40 ms.
The NANORP studies included the innovative use of stable isotopes ([sup.15]N) in combination with automated chambers and laboratory studies to deliver the high temporal resolution emissions data required for an advanced understanding of the nitrogen cycle and [N.sub.2]O emissions.
A constellation of RainCube satellites would be able to provide the temporal resolution for weather observations that could be used to improve forecasting models.
Earth-i, a distributor of imaging and data services from the DMC3/TripleSat constellation with a combination of very high spatial and temporal resolution, has announced the appointment of Dr.
The decision of whether to subdivide is made based on a reasonable criterion according to the application (further decomposition implies less temporal resolution).
Categories of temporal processing include temporal ordering or sequencing, temporal resolution, temporal integration and temporal masking.
Brain functional imaging applications that require the sub-second level of temporal resolution as well as depth sensitivity include research in neural and cognitive sciences e.g.

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